few methods with giant expressions in each. I would like to
try improving the performance by generating and compiling C
code instead. My preference would be to convert my small
subset of ruby code to C code (easily have an option to use
pure ruby or use ruby/C), but I could also autogenerate C
code instead. Anybody have any opinions/ideas about what
approach I whould take?
Couldn’t you start with Ruby, see how it performs, and add C support
later? Or does it become more difficult later?
Just remember, not everyone has a C compiler on their system…
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